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Structures and Construction division March 22nd Half Day Seminar

  • Date(s)
    Wednesday, 22 March 2017
  • Time(s)
    From 1:45 PM
  • Venue
    Engineers Ireland, 22 Clyde Road, Dublin 4
  • Fee
    Free
  • CPD Credit
    3 hours

ElevArch®, The Hogarth flyover, DLR Lexicon Library and Dublin Waste to Energy (DWtE) Facility

About the event

This free to attend half day seminar features four presentations on works of major structural engineering significance in the UK and Ireland:

Dr Bill Harvey is a world expert on masonry arch and tunnel behaviour and author of the Archie-M software package for analysis of masonry arch bridges. In his presentation he will discuss ElevArch® - A revolutionary new technique for vertically jacking masonry arch bridges

Jack Rose of Aecom UK will discuss Redecking the Hogarth Flyover, London - the flyover is one of west London's most notorious flyovers, used every day by around 10,500 vehicles going eastbound from the A316 to the A4 Great West Road, crossing over the Hogarth Roundabout.

Marcella Murphy, Senior Executive Engineer with Dunlaoghaire Rathdown County Council will discuss The Lexicon, Dunlaoghaire - Construction Challenges a project which has won a number of national and international awards.

Finally John Diffley and Diarmuid O'Sullivan from PM Group will discuss Structural Design and Construction at the Dublin Waste to Energy (DWtE) Facility with John highlighting the structural design challenges the project presented at this brownfield site and Diarmuid highlighting the construction challenges and how the team worked to overcome these challenges and build this landmark facility.

Admission

Admission is free and all are welcome.  Preregistration is now closed but walk-in attendees on the day will of course be welcome.

 

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The event webcast will commence 15 minutes before the scheduled start time.

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